by alexis dahan

drawing and installation view

drawing and installation view

Under the cobblestones, the cobblestones

Alexis Dahan

Fondation CAB / artist in residence program

November 9th - December 15th, 2018

OPENING NIGHT : November 9th - 6 to 9pm

The site specific sculpture “Sous les pavés, les pavés” (Under the cobblestones, the cobblestones) is located underneath the foundation’s entryway. In addition, I will also present a selection of drawings and photographs deriving from my interpretation of roads and paving stones.

(Fondation CAB - 34 rue Borrens - 1050 Brussels - Open Wednesday to Saturday from 12pm to 6pm)


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Group exhibition at I.S.C.P.

August 14th to October 10th, 2018

Never Take a Vacation with an Artist Who Collects the Same Stuff You Do is a group exhibition featuring the work of the nine artists in residence in ISCP’s Ground Floor Program. The presentation focuses on vacation and leisure time, a premise that the artists developed in collaboration. 

Artists in the exhibition: Elaine Byrne, Danilo Correale, Simone Couto, Alexis Dahan, Furen Dai, Jude Griebel, Joshua Liebowitz, Martha Skou, and Raul Valverde.

image: Self Portrait as a helmsman, Alexis Dahan, modified aluminium traffic sign, 2018

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Book presentation at Hauser and Wirth

Pecha Kucha and Book Swap with ISCP, Organized by Hauser & Wirth Publishers, Hauser & Wirth New York 22nd Street, Thursday 18 January 2018, 7 – 9 pm

Ten of ISCP’s residents – David Adika, Catalina Bauer, Alexis Dahan, Sonia Louise Davis, Lise Duclaux, Remy Jungerman, Maria Lalou, Elisabeth Molin, Harry Meadley, and Ken + Julia Yonetani – will speak about publications on their own work, or books that have inspired their practice. Afterwards, the book-swapping will begin! Bring books that you’re ready to part with, and take home new treasures.

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Will Chancellor reviews Interstice in the November issue of Sculpture Magazine

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Ten texts were extracted from “We Serve Selected Texts” original installation and reproduced on 7 ½ by 18 ¾ inches handmade Japanese paper. 

Edition of 5, signed by the artist.

Printed Matter, New York, December 6th, 2013 to January 15th, 2014